Normally we don’t spend Friday afternoons praying for the long weekend to be over already, but this weekend is an exception. In just three short days, we will get to see so many of our country favorites get all glammed up for the 58th annual Grammy Awards, and we can’t wait. Need help passing the... Read more »
“You’re Still the One,” Shania Twain I can’t imagine how many weddings this song is played at, even after all these years. Released in 1998, Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One” is still a classic and rocketed Shania to crossover stardom. Shania sings about finding the love of your life and, even after years have... Read more »
Want to tell someone you like them this Valentineâs Day? Not exactly sure how to approach the situation? Need some advice? Jennifer Nettles and Charles Kelley are here to help. We asked Nettles what she thought the best way to tell someone you like them is. According to her, you should use your actions instead... Read more »
Kim Williams, who co-wrote hits for Garth Brooks, Randy Travis, Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, Kenny Chesney and many other country music artists, died Thursday (Feb. 11) in Florida at the age of 68. Kim Edwin Williams was born into a musical family in Kingsport, Tenn., on June 28, 1947. According to information he provided... Read more »
With Valentineâs Day arriving Sunday (Feb. 14), love is definitely in the air. But itâs Valentineâs Day every day for Florida Georgia Line, who couldnât be more in love with their wives. FGLâs Brian Kelley tied the knot back in 2013 to his sweetheart Brittney Cole, while his bandmate and best friend Tyler Hubbard wed... Read more »
Chris Janson was the last of five acts to perform Wednesday night (Feb. 10) at Country Radio Broadcastersâ New Faces Show. And a good thing, too. It would have been cruel to anyone having to follow him. Thin as a paperclip and whipping about the stage like a downed power line, Janson electrified the crowd... Read more »
Have you ever asked someone what makes a country song a country song? Well, donât pose that question unless you really want to know what they think. Because itâs impossible to define a genre in a black-and-white way that makes sense for every single person with an opinion. Still, it’s an interesting concept, and Nashville’s... Read more »
Sue Klebold believed that like many parents, she was sure she would have known if something were wrong with her son -- but all that changed after Columbine.
One of the 4 victims is in critical condition.
The Cruz campaign began running multiple ads attacking Donald Trump.
GOP presidential candidates will take the stage in Greenville, South Carolina.
Anyone who missed Thursdayâs Democratic debate in Milwaukee could have tuned in to Hillary Clintonâs event in South Carolina for the highlights.
In fact, it might have been clearer what she was trying to accomplish.
Lines met with gentle nods in Wisconsin were greeted with vigorous applause Friday by the residents of Denmark, South Carolina, a rural town with a population of less than 4,000. At the heart of her message was a phrase that Clinton repeated multiple times during her remarks.
âI want you to understand, I will not promise you something I cannot deliver,â Clinton said. âI will not make promises I know I cannot keep.â
The pragmatic vow was a subtle dig at her opponent Bernie Sanders, who has campaigned on platforms of free college and universal healthcare. But it also functioned as a reminder to communities like this one â rural, poor, and overwhelmingly African American â that voters here have been burned before. In 1993, Denmarkâs local school district was one of...
Pope Francis kicks off his first trip to Mexico on Saturday with speeches to the country's political and ecclesial elites, riding in on the success of his historic meeting in Cuba with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church